Sandy Stuvik tipped to make F1 leap in 3 years

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A group of Thai organizations and industries have joined forces with GP2 series championship contender Racing Engineering to launch their bid to bring Thai racer Sandy Stuvik to Formula 1.  The strong drive is aimed at taking advantage of the incredible marketing opportunity that lays in having a Thai racer participating in a worldwide top-level sporting event. 

The initial launch sets a target and direction for the Thai driver to reach Formula 1 within the next 3 years.  Stuvik is currently racing in the European Formula 3 Open series and is expected to move up to the GP2 series next year, which races together with Formula 1 at selected events.

Sandy Stuvik aiming for the top.Sandy Stuvik aiming for the top.

European Formula 3 driver Sandy Nicholas Stuvik (center) is flanked by (left to right) Thomas Raldorf, Racing mentor, Nattiya Artplengphot, Public Relation Manager RAAT, Charoenporn Raksasin, Motorsport Manager RAAT, Alfonso de Olreans Borbon, owner of GP2 Racing Engineering team, Voravud Bhirombhakdi, Director Event Marketing and Business Partnership of Singha Corporation, Wiboon Champangeun, Director of Professional Sports development Division, Kridakan Phinidchai, Assistance PR manager Minor Food Group, and Soo Sann Yin, Assistant Manager Events & Activation Air Asia.European Formula 3 driver Sandy Nicholas Stuvik (center) is flanked by (left to right) Thomas Raldorf, Racing mentor, Nattiya Artplengphot, Public Relation Manager RAAT, Charoenporn Raksasin, Motorsport Manager RAAT, Alfonso de Olreans Borbon, owner of GP2 Racing Engineering team, Voravud Bhirombhakdi, Director Event Marketing and Business Partnership of Singha Corporation, Wiboon Champangeun, Director of Professional Sports development Division, Kridakan Phinidchai, Assistance PR manager Minor Food Group, and Soo Sann Yin, Assistant Manager Events & Activation Air Asia.